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Eagles look to end the Rebellion

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COMO — The Como-Pickton Eagles hope to put another mark in the win column this week as they travel to Ore City on Friday, Sept. 4 with a kick off time of 7:30 p.m.

With both teams (1-0) spurred with wins last Friday, the upcoming contest should make for quite a showing of strength. Ore City Rebels overcame Overton 29-14 last week while the Eagles won against Cumby 22-14.

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Football

The Sulphur Springs sub-varsity football teams play at Whitehouse Thursday.

The ninth grade games will be at 4 and 5:30 p.m. followed by the JV at 7 p.m.

The varsity contest, the home opener of the year will be played vs. Whitehouse at Gerald Prim Stadium at 7:30 p.m. Friday.

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C-P awards for volleyball

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Como-Pickton Lady Eagle volleyball players and their sports award: Breanna Peoples-Middle Hitter, Maci Kight-Hitter and Ron Heflin Fighting Heart awards, Skye Brumley-Eagle award, Christina Sandate-Setter and Ron Heflin Fighting Heart, Shelby Harrison-Defensive player, Kadi Baxter (back)-JV MVP, Jessica Hendricks-
Newcomer of the Year, and Manon Schakel-Co-Middle Hitter award.

Staff photo by Cindy Roller

Wildcats build on successes in opener

The Sulphur Springs Wildcats not only got a win the first week, but several lessons.

The Wildcats found out some parts of the game were done well, others need more work.

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SS netters roll over Terrell

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The Sulphur Springs tennis teams won Thursday at home taking a 18-1 varsity decision and 15-3 for the JV against Terrell.

"We had an extremely good showing," said Sulphur Springs head tennis coach James Lovett. "The kids are working hard and they are getting their confidence level up. The seniors and juniors really stepped up their game."

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